New York Times

The New York Times (NYT) is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851. It has won 112 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news organization. Its website is one of America's most popular news sites, and the most popular among all the nation's newspapers, receiving more than 30 million unique visitors per month as reported in January 2011.The paper's print version remains the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States and third-largest newspaper overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Following industry trends, its weekday circulation has fallen to fewer than one million daily since 1990.
Posts about New York Times
  • Is It Weird That Police Can Legally Shoot an Unarmed Man?

    … not indicate whether the deceased man had a weapon at the time of the shooting. However, the New York Times reported that according to witnesses he was unarmed. The policeman was walking down from the eighth floor of the building and he was standing in a stairwell when the 28-year-old came into the stairwell from the seventh floor. The officer…

    Shannon Blanchard/ LawInfo Blog- 1 readers -
  • Weekly Tax Roundup

    …, Atheist Group Asks IRS To Investigate Noah's Ark Funding Citizens for Tax Justice, In Spite of Treasury's New Regulations, Corporate Inversion Crisis Will Continue Without Congressional Action Congressional Budget Office, Federal Policies and Innovation Forbes, Kent Hovind And Creation Science Evangleism - How Not To Run A Ministry, by Peter J. Reilly…

    Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog- 1 readers -
  • Remorseful Roger The Red

    … fine parole board too. Good god is this man talented! Last week, the New York Times ran a story that explained how innocent prisoners face a steeper hill to freedom due to our nation's bizarre need to hear them say magic words for their emancipation. A key part of the prisoner's prostrations before the parole board involves admitting their guilt…

    Juggalo Law/ Above the Law- 3 readers -
  • Morning Docket: 11.21.14

    … its graduates’ résumés look pretty enough to get them jobs. [Texas Lawyer] * Darren Wilson, the Ferguson cop who killed Michael Brown, is in talks to resign ahead of a grand jury’s decision on whether or not to indict him. Wise choice? [CNN] …

    Staci Zaretsky/ Above the Law- 1 readers -
  • Climate change on trial

    … President Drew Gilpin Faust, who has publicly acknowledged the university’s “special obligation and accountability to the future, to the long view needed to anticipate and alter the trajectory and impact of climate change.” And in bringing the suit on behalf of future generations, the plaintiffs turn to the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution. Enshrined…

    Nicandro Iannacci/ Constitution Daily- 1 readers -
  • New Brain Cancer Treatment May Be Used on Mesothelioma Patients

    … short time to live. There is currently no cure for mesothelioma. According to a recent news article from the New York Times, an experimental treatment being used for people dying from brain tumors may have future applications for mesothelioma patients. The medical device that is glued to a patient's scalp and generates a low alternating current…

    Mesothelioma Lawyers Blog- 8 readers -
  • Obama Weighs in on Net Neutrality

    … regulations and requirements for telephone service providers might prove cumbersome and impractical. Obama wants the FCC to forbear from rate regulation, but the FCC may have to step in when significant innovations take place. For example, the New York Times notes that AT&T developed a new data service plan when the iPhone was introduced…

    JETLaw- 1 readers -
  • The Tax Consequences of the Lincoln Center's Naming Rights

    … Forbes: What's In A Name? Should Naming Rights Reduce Charitable Deductions?, by Peter J. Reilly: When Avery Fisher gave Lincoln Center $10.5 million in 1973 to renovate Philharmonic Hall it was agreed that the hall be called Fisher Hall in perpetuity. Perpetuity turns out to be measured in decades rather than centuries or millennia. Lincoln…

    Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog- 3 readers -
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